Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:(Monday's) Select Board discussion about the Town hiring (Bennington County Industrial Corporation) BCIC for economic development services turned into another sloppy episode of "Alphabet Soup City Presents" before the board OKed a … more
To the editor:As everyone knows you cannot please everyone and with that being said: I've been listening to and reading comments about the proposed Dollar General for Salem. People say the proposed location is not good, people don't like Dollar … more
To the editor: As the saying goes "Another day another dollar." Not for working women. It's another day another 78 cents to a man's dollar. That loss of 22 cents is a chunk of change that could be helping families with groceries, rent, child care … more
To the editor:It's time to take a different look at the needs of Pownal.As I see it, Pownal is in need of a new Town Office. But that is not the only need in Pownal. What do we have for a Community Center where people can gather? What do we have for … more
To the editor: I was disappointed to read the Banner's editorial on private school rules, because it perpetuates the myth that Vermont's independent schools are for the rich. Though I appreciate the Banner's attempt to handle the topic equitably, … more
To the editor: I was alarmed when a (Green Mountain Power) worker knocked on my door a while back, and informed me that they were going to spray the plants under the power line with an herbicide. After all that Bennington has been through with the … more
To the editor: Though the time and context were different, in reflecting on our "Tweeter-in-Chief," we are reminded of Macbeth, who spoke of "...a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more: it is a tale told … more
To the editor:On behalf of the Bennington County Association Against Child Abuse — Bennington County Child Advocacy Center — we would like to thank the voters of Woodford and Bennington for supporting our non-profit on Town Meeting Day. … more
To the editor: Sunrise Family Resource Center thanks the residents of Pownal for voting to fund the work we do in the Pownal community. We will continue to provide dozens of home visits, support to young families, early care and education/ child … more
To the editor:It is with heartfelt appreciation that the staff of the Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging (SVCOA) thank you for your continued funding of our work serving area elders and their caretakers. Thanks to approved town funding financial … more
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